Meaning of PERSONNEL in English

PERSONNEL

noun

COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES

personnel carrier

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ ADJECTIVE

armoured

I stumbled off to be sick behind an armoured personnel carrier as he started on Marius.

He was handcuffed to another prisoner and placed in an army, armoured personnel carrier.

His car was mud-splattered, parked amongst the jeeps and armoured personnel carriers, a hundred yards from the helicopter pad.

The army also lost 2,000 of its 2,900 armoured personnel carriers.

key

The role of the Office Manager, Supervisor and other key personnel .

Rules requiring pilots and key personnel -- flight deck crews, for example -- to get regular sleep were enforced.

The detailed investigation of selected planning departments involves interviews with key personnel .

In addition to published sources, the research will draw upon health authority papers and upon interviews with key personnel in selected localities.

medical

On the following day doctors and medical personnel announced an indefinite strike, which was promptly declared illegal.

He was told they were not, at that time, accepting new medical personnel .

Professional training of medical personnel is impossible without a sound general education system.

The rest were either medical personnel or rural community development workers.

This is done by dedicated groups of individuals in medical , personnel and dosimetry, health statistics and genetics departments.

Police brass last year ordered that suspects hit with pepper spray be examined by medical personnel before booking.

military

He returned to his contact lists, abandoning the military personnel and concentrating upon purely political figures.

By the end of the war, according to the United States War Department, 8,634,000 military personnel lay dead.

Military discipline has reportedly collapsed, with armed military personnel leading the dash to the airport.

Charles Julu, the latest in a series of rapid changes in senior military personnel .

Unlike the Navy, the Marines use military personnel to handle firefighting and many other tasks delegated to civilians.

Local, civil, and military personnel patrol or enclose ancient sites.

other

The role of the Office Manager, Supervisor and other key personnel .

It is a complex chart underlining the essential interlinking between the trainees for whom he has responsibility and other departments and personnel .

The outer settlement was for artisans, peasants and other civilian personnel .

The secret police was finally purged, with its chief, Yagoda, perishing along with other senior personnel .

Because of his professed preference for isolation, it would take considerable time before Ewan was missed by other personnel on the base.

As such it should be able to supply manpower statistics and other personnel information quickly in response to line management requests.

These and other personnel policies will gradually be introduced into all companies via the implementation of updated staff handbooks.

senior

Walton Burdick is also retiring as senior vice-president, personnel .

The sources for this aspect will once more be the Banking, Insurance and Finance Union and interviews with senior banking personnel .

The secret police was finally purged, with its chief, Yagoda, perishing along with other senior personnel .

Lia, a senior personnel manager, has seen some office encounters end in embarrassment, others in disaster.

It also runs courses available to the staff of all member agencies from the newcomer to senior personnel .

Charles Julu, the latest in a series of rapid changes in senior military personnel .

skilled

The prospects for tourism were constrained by limited airline capacity and the lack of skilled personnel .

Early editions of the Dundee Evening Telegraph newspaper last night carried an advertisement for semi-skilled and skilled personnel .

social

These constitute the most systematic national approaches to social service personnel training that we were able to find.

Direct field observations of professional and paraprofessional social service personnel at work and in training were carried out in each country.

The integration of health and social service personnel was an essential part of this scheme.

technical

Of the foreign technical personnel , about fifty percent are doctors.

Key resources are technical personnel and aircraft spare parts which account for the largest share of the maintenance budget.

trained

However every car needs a regular service by trained personnel who do understand its mechanical workings.

It was ridiculous that highly trained personnel were prevented from going to the Gulf because of their jobs.

Primary data is usually obtained by means of questionnaires and structured interviews, administered by trained personnel .

These are fields where there is a dire shortage of trained personnel .

There may be serious lack of qualified or trained personnel , and a reduced capacity to educate their successors or replacements.

Anyone inside would be temporarily blinded, momentarily stunned, unless they were trained personnel and had taken precautions.

■ NOUN

carrier

Slowed by heavy rains, the convoy was shielded by helicopter gunships and armoured personnel carriers .

A day after the meeting, 20 tanks and 15 armored personnel carriers were sent through the streets of Sincan.

The army also lost 2,000 of its 2,900 armoured personnel carriers .

The tracks are 28-ton personnel carriers that can carry two dozen Marines, including the three-man crew.

Later it wants to follow up with the heavy stuff: tanks, helicopters, anti-tank weapons and armored personnel carriers .

The maneuvers came after days of ominous-looking deployments around the residence by police helicopters, armored personnel carriers and commandos.

Their protection consisted of three heavily armored tanks and an armored personnel carrier .

change

Male speaker Verbal agreements get forgotten, wrong interest rates are charged by mistake when personnel change .

Hot Properties publishes a select number of noteworthy real estate industry-related promotions and personnel changes .

However, once the project is under way, no personnel changes will be allowed. 27.

decision

Now, routinely, free agency is an option that must be considered in the annual personnel decisions of each team.

Investigators have concluded that outside influence drove numerous personnel decisions and resulted in slanted broadcasts.

Oppie had to make painful personnel decisions in order to keep the work going forward.

For example, you are talking with a colleague about a personnel decision .

department

On signs in personnel departments and reception areas.

But promotions are controlled by the personnel department , not the manager.

In the 1980s, the personnel departments of many organisations are a lot slimmer than they were in the 1970s.

Employee information is maintained within the personnel department thus retaining the necessary degree of confidentiality and security of the data.

The personnel department is called Owner Services.

Do not leave it entirely to the advertising agency or the personnel department .

The Minnesota personnel department , for example, became very good at both policy compliance and service.

director

A past personnel director of an international trading group agreed.

The personnel director spoke first, reading the performance appraisal policy aloud and then citing the research on which it was based.

I was about thirty-four when I was made personnel director of the Nobel Division.

Tuesday, however, Springfield personnel director Joseph D.. Dougherty denied an appeal filed by five of the candidates.

John Adshead, personnel director , replies:.

To personnel director Maurice H.. Klein, however, it had been more like waiting for an ax to fall.

A quick call to the personnel director Robert Dexter ought to bring advice and results.

Chuck Banker, pro personnel director of the Philadelphia Eagles, is tired of the team being criticized for losing defensive players.

file

They had constructed a new personnel file .

McCree, according to his co-workers and personnel files , was a problem to his employer, the city of Fort Lauderdale.

function

There are many areas within the personnel function where a micro such as an Apple will be seen to have a relevance.

Similarly, the personnel function in these firms often has amazing power as it manages each individual's assessment.

Third, the personnel function within many companies was becoming more complex, with recruiting seen as increasingly time-consuming.

Why do companies use headhunters instead of their own in-house recruiting facilities and personnel function ?

information

Each separate constituent part of the organisation had developed its own personnel information systems and methods of operation.

During 1978 it became apparent that the existing methods of storing and handling personnel information were inadequate and in need of urgent review.

Is it feasible to imagine using personal computing for all aspects of a computerised personnel information system?

The benefits of a successful computerised personnel information system are potentially very great.

As such it should be able to supply manpower statistics and other personnel information quickly in response to line management requests.

Issues Very few of you will be starting from scratch to implement your computerised personnel information system.

management

The most progressive companies have an excellent record, but others could improve their labour and personnel management .

That method of personnel management was supposed to have ended in 1991 under then-Customs Commissioner Carol Hallett, a Republican appointee.

Strategic and personnel management , and many aspects of financial management are obvious exceptions.

Thus, you may take mathematics with music or politics with personnel management -both attractive combinations!

The practice included recruitment through advertising and personnel management consultancy besides recruiting through a direct approach.

manager

It is therefore necessary to include the personnel manager and a trade union representative in the systems planning team.

Instead of addressing your letter to the personnel manager send it straight to the to-to the managing director.

Any personnel manager who has three or four square feet of desk space can install the equipment.

Without him, Duke lost not just tactical expertise but a master motivator and personnel manager .

Successive personnel managers had always caved in to his demands as they knew full well that Clasper would win a stand-up fight.

Before that, he had been a personnel manager for a small group of newspapers.

The Profitboss will provide the opportunity by easing out Maureen Stilgoe, the ultra-conservative and inefficient corporate personnel manager .

The evidence for the feelings of persecution came from the discussions of the fixing of wage rates by personnel managers .

officer

Information on employees is sometimes supplied by personnel officers of companies subscribing to the agency.

Supervisors and personnel officers will be instructed to tread carefully when dealing with workers.

Your company personnel officer should be able to tell you.

If he hadn't become a personnel officer he would have done rather well in the police.

Some firms have personnel officers who can discuss such matters.

The accountants, auditors, solicitors and personnel officers to name but a few, contribute to the running of schools.

The personnel officer read out the relevant paragraph: Muriel is a hard worker and does well when working on her own.

The society represents the interests and views of over 300 chief personnel officers working in local government throughout the United Kingdon.

policy

What do you think of our personnel policies and how they're working?

They often are involved in the hiring and dismissal of employees but generally have no role in the formulation of personnel policy .

This is, moreover, reflected in either their personnel policies or investment in training or both.

The personnel policies are fundamentally about how we are to execute our jobs.

These and other personnel policies will gradually be introduced into all companies via the implementation of updated staff handbooks.

And of those, personnel policy is the most important.

He commands uncommon loyalty from workers despite sometimes harsh personnel policies .

record

Organisationally, the working of both payroll and personnel records has been very useful in providing an efficient administrative service.

And certain personnel records can be withheld, for example, as can documents relating to pending litigation.

However, recruitment systems are more difficult to design than personnel record systems, and there are complex design considerations.

This leads on to basic office systems and personnel records .

But it was equally evident that traditional approaches to the computerisation of personnel records was too complex, laborious and expensive.

This is why Mrs Dole got the Labour Department to look at the personnel records of nine big companies around the country.

The simplest example of redundancy is to imagine a personnel record held in a computer system.

Most will have a manual personnel records system of some sort.

security

Removal of all present security personnel . 50% reduction in rates for renting stalls in the markets as of I January 1980.

A Xinjiang television broadcast carried pictures of weapons, riot damage and injured and dead security personnel .

Public police forces are losing ground to private security firms, which now employ two-thirds of all security personnel in the nation.

On the appropriate authority of a senior officer, security personnel may enter a person's home for similar purposes.

Volunteers run the gamut, from makeup and costume assistants and some security personnel to staging coordinators and models.

Likewise, airlines issue those lists to security personnel at airports which allow only ticketed passengers beyond the security checkpoint.

I was waiting, wondering how many security personnel would be in on the setup, and they were good.

service

And news came in that all local service personnel in cinemas, pubs and dance-halls had been ordered back to their units.

Like all the Service personnel one meets in remote places, he is dedicated, and does not begrudge his time.

He also suggested compensation for afflicted service personnel .

It asks how service personnel use their position to help the customer; how the eight hours of their day are spent.

Information has been gathered and shared among consumers, linguists and public service personnel by working alongside each other, listening and discussion.

Over the last year it has dealt with enquiries from about 450 former service personnel .

This has replaced the old portable harmonium so familiar to former generations of service personnel .

Seminars, including practical paint spraying demonstrations aimed at sales forces, technical and customer services personnel were held in April.

support

Scores of support personnel were killed or wounded throughout the war.

So far, there have been no injuries to firefighters or support personnel , Gibbons said.

Amanda immediately hired additional support personnel and reduced the number of calls each of her teams were expected to make each week.

Overburdened support personnel rushed from one temporary work assignment to another, their ranks dangerously depleted by a recent company-wide restructuring.

system

Record Administration Keeping records of personnel , updating them and reporting on this information is the foundation of any personnel system .

The task is less to reform civil service than to define the appropriate personnel system for a modern government and create it.

In other words, Hardaker wants to adopt the best of those personnel systems employed by the secular world.

There are three principal obstacles to the spread of mission-driven budget and personnel systems .

For most personnel systems this will lead to a simple choice between two types of software which I shall illustrate.

What is clear is that the most successful computerised personnel systems link payroll and personnel together.

Director of remuneration and personnel systems , Safeway.

But personnel systems do not stop with record keeping and reporting.

■ VERB

armored

Three men died in a skirmish with armored personnel carriers.

A day after the meeting, 20 tanks and 15 armored personnel carriers were sent through the streets of Sincan.

The maneuvers came after days of ominous-looking deployments around the residence by police helicopters, armored personnel carriers and commandos.

About 200 yards from his mansion, in an old barn, he even kept an armored personnel carrier.

Their protection consisted of three heavily armored tanks and an armored personnel carrier.

Beyond them a phalanx of armored personnel carriers was lined up three abreast, their heavy guns pointed toward our bank.

Later it wants to follow up with the heavy stuff: tanks, helicopters, anti-tank weapons and armored personnel carriers.

include

It is therefore necessary to include the personnel manager and a trade union representative in the systems planning team.

Now they are going for a more ambitious target - one company-wide registration to include safety, personnel and management services.

involve

The detailed investigation of selected planning departments involves interviews with key personnel .

In every case involving armed forces personnel and their families, the benchmark must be the best practices found in civil society.

provide

The United Kingdom, second in military significance on the allied side, had provided 45,000 personnel .

The Piedmontese aristocracy enjoyed an unchallenged ascendancy within the state, providing most of the personnel for the government.

The Western companies would provide training for local personnel and aid for agricultural production and distribution.

They have been undermined by the failure of governments to honour pledges to provide personnel and funds.

train

And finally, standardisation makes it easier to train the operating personnel and reduces maintenance problems.

Treasure Island has served as a training site for Navy personnel .

The Western companies would provide training for local personnel and aid for agricultural production and distribution.

But, do we excommunicate trained professionals, quality personnel , because of it?

EXAMPLES FROM OTHER ENTRIES

All personnel must attend the meeting.

hospital personnel

In the event of a fire, all personnel must report to the reception area.

One of her responsibilities is recruiting highly trained personnel .

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

However, does the Minister recognise that there is an increasing problem of homelessness and squatting among ex-service personnel ?

However, there seemed to be nothing against lending equipment to non-military personnel , and we got most of what was wanted.

In addition, two small staff groups, data processing and personnel , and the legal counsel reported directly to the president.

Maximum use of state-of-the-art technology in place of costly and often error-prone personnel .

That method of personnel management was supposed to have ended in 1991 under then-Customs Commissioner Carol Hallett, a Republican appointee.

The constitutional and organizational arrangements filter the interests of state personnel towards the long-run interests of the capitalists.

The tracks are 28-ton personnel carriers that can carry two dozen Marines, including the three-man crew.

Without him, Duke lost not just tactical expertise but a master motivator and personnel manager.

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